BLACK AFRICANS’ WORLD SUPERIORITY
Very Ancient Africans of 20,000 BC formed the word “Superior” after concluding the Stars separated “the heavens” from the earth and then designating the place just below the stars as the Sublime. From their astro-mathematics they inferred that the elements of Ma’at (the Spiritual Elements in action)—in such forms as “aliveness,” truth, reality, harmony, peace, beauty, perfection, and goodness—were contained in concentrations only second to “the Heavens”. African Sages believed that, as a way of life, “good” people’s minds and spirits stayed in contact with the Sublime. To consistently live a Ma’at life at a Sublime level made them “Super” (originally meaning ‘balance left over’)—and hence “Superior” to those who did not. “Superior” human beings and “Superior” human civilizations (technical/sociological development) and cultures (intellectual/spiritual development) are those who make Ma’at or Sublime contributions to humanity. Such a determination for the Natural World is by the agreement of the Sages of all cultures and throughout the ages. By contrast, those who declare themselves to be “superior” super-humans operate in/out of the “Air Castle” Supernatural realms that spring out of their fantasy imaginations so as to make them “legends in their own minds.” One type of being “out of contact with reality” can be from a psychiatric disorder. However, the infinitely more common type is of a philosophical nature which constitutes a Superiority Complex–characterized by the donning of a mask of self-confidence and greatness with a reality of arrogance and aggression to conceal a sense of deep inferiority. It comes about by ones Ego developing out of anti-Spiritual Elements—i.e. directly opposing Unconditional Love, Truth, Reality, and the Natural. Leaders of this African god Set mentality fashion a cult.
So how can the genuine be separated from the fakes? Answer: by date when they came into Being; by the method they used to herald their arrival; by their life’s course track-record (e.g. Nubians gave the world its first organized religion); and by the magnitude of attacks or thefts or erasers of leaders’ Intellectual Property used against it by the opposition. All the world’s Sages (those dealing with highly abstract notions so as to acquire insights in arriving at Spiritual Seed-Principle-Symbols) have agreed that Ancient Africans have had no equals—or even any runners-up in sight. Since Africa was the beginning of humankind and fashioner of today’s world, it is the first and best place for seekers of Truth to look for guidance on any subject—especially on the life-shaping and life-changing Sacred Sciences. However, the envious with a superiority complex have devoted their lives to trying to tear down the super-brilliance of Ancient Africans. For example, on the one hand “Ethiopia’s” etymology comes from Greek, Aithiopia, “the land of burnt faces”. The ancient Greek Herodotus applied aithiopos = Ethiopian to all Black People. Similarly, Hebrews used ancient Cush or Nubia or Kush to designate Black People’s home—referring to the now region of Ethiopia and Sudan, and especially Kemet (Egypt), the daughter of Ethiopia. “Egypt” means “the Black people of the land”. On the other hand, European Egyptologists, in their intense efforts to make “Egypt” a Caucasian country, degraded the descriptive term of Egypt pertaining specifically to “Black People” over to the meaning of “the Black Land.” Although the world’s greatest story teller of Fables is Aesop (meaning Ethiopia), Europeans falsely claim he is of Greek heritage.
Nevertheless, from the mathematically determined Ma’at Principles of Ethical Conduct, Ancient African Sages inferred concepts on which they formulated African philosophy, society, spirituality, and Tradition. Ancient African Sages’ unified these to the Spiritual Space of God—i.e. the Spiritual Cosmic Circle of Wholism–in order to be guided by God’s Will. The wisdom from the Circle of Wholism imparted pre-birth in every human, provides the Light of Knowledge for any of today’s life situations. It causes one to see that humans’ Lower (animalistic) Self is to be left behind whenever it imparts Ignorance needing to be replaced with Truth. That orientation, which is only to be found within ones Private Selfhood, is the anchor for African Tradition. It serves as a tow-rope for African Peoples use in stabilizing their lives and moving with confidence into a thriving future. [Ref: (Dade, J.Black Studies, 2013; Bailey, Ancient African Bible Messages] jabaileymd.com